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The OBR’s March forecasts suggest tax cuts equal to 1.0% of GDP are permissible under the fiscal rules.
But since then, the Treasury’s borrowing costs have risen, reducing scope for tax cuts to 0.7% of GDP.
The Tories will be reluctant to ditch the rules, as this would inhibit their ability to criticise Labour’s plans.
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